Two faced!
I feel you crawling under my skin
Sickened by your face
By the way, to think that you're so fucking kind?
You ain't!

Hard to find how I feel,
Especially when you're smothering me
Hard to find how I feel,
Please someone help me

I knew when an angel whispered into my ear,
You gotta get him away, yeah
Hey little bitch!
Be glad you finally walked away or you may have not lived another day.

Hard to find how I feel,
Especially when you're smothering me
Hard to find how I feel,
Please someone help me
Hard to find how I feel,
Controlling me every step of the way
Hard to find how I feel,
You greedy little baby

Hard to find, hard to find, hard to find
Hard to find, hard to find, hard to find
Yeah, yeah, yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah!

Hard to find how I feel,
Specially when you're smothering me
Hard to find how I feel,
Please someone help me
Hard to find how I feel,
Controlling me every step of the way
Hard to find how I feel,
You greedy little baby


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Greed Lyrics as written by Salvatore P. Erna

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    "It's about this kid who was a tight friend of ours, who lent us money to record our Indie version of 'Godsmack' and didn't want any money back. But in return, we paid him back, and then another 10 grand on top of that as thanks! Then he tried to sue, saying he owned 10 percent of us. He put me through a year of hell negotiating with lawyers."

    -Sully Erna, Godsmack

    King Nothingon April 14, 2002   Link
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    HELL YEAH!! GODSMACK makes me wanna kick some FUCKIN ASS!!!!!!!!!

    pebbles_76on March 01, 2002   Link
  • 0
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    HELL YEAH!! GODSMACK makes me wanna kick some FUCKIN ASS!!!!!!!!!

    pebbles_76on March 01, 2002   Link
  • 0
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    Atta' boy/girl, pebbles! Tellin' how it is! :) lol

    Rowenon March 19, 2002   Link
  • 0
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    Thanks for the enlightenment. Integrity can't be bought, hopefully he sees that now.

    sueon April 16, 2002   Link
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    awesome song

    daronmalakianruleson April 28, 2002   Link
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    Godsmack rocks............is there a way i can contact this band or sully?hee hee.........ofcourse not!think i am going insane......who gives a damn?what so ever its a gr8 song by Godsmack

    undisturbedon April 29, 2002   Link
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    Great song, I love it.

    chocol8_k8on March 05, 2003   Link
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    this song is awsome, great to let some anger out when playing it, or even just singing it....

    escenceon January 05, 2005   Link
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    i love sullys voice. hes so hot too. mmmmm id love to be greedy with him. hahahha. this song like all others of theres rocks.

    sneaky_sneakson March 31, 2005   Link

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